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for joining us here at 150-6789 thirty. the news at 11 begins right now. this is fox5 local news at 11. we've been stuck in this rainy pattern all week, can we finally kick this storm out of here in time to rescue our memorial day weekend. a bizarre story, this man is accused of buying blood from dozens of people and storing it in an abandoned apartment. a car jacking caught on camera. but wait until you see what the victim does next. we'll hear from him h. your news starts now. and we're going to start tonight with the weather. severe storms drenched the rienl on tonight and caused big problems in some areas. thanks for joining us, everyone i'm shawn yancy and i'm tony perkins. those storms
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after heavy rain saturated thehy it has been and we saw these showers and storms bubble up very quickly this afternoon on about the back of four hours of sunshine that popped our temperature into the 730s. they were loaded with lightning, hail, strong winds but heavy really caused the biggest problems and what is left tonight, not too much. the lonely shower, might be moderate shower in a few spots. that's unking along interstate p zero. it has been getting a little bit weaker. you'll probably hear the rain now toward frederick county. there may be a couple more showers towards your ban a this should be the last of it. our big storm system is going to start pulling out but what a problem it produced in montgomery county where we had a lot of trouble along the ol/brookville area. water could still slowly rise as the run off continues even though theai
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county. these are all of the storm reports that we had around the region and it ranged from the gusty winds to trees down, to hail as you can see and continuing the flooding issues. most of the flooding reports came from montgomery county and the baltimore area. the last one we got was about eight:30 around the brookville area toward the brighten area with one to two feet of florida continuing to cross the road. and that was in the 3600 block ever brook vivment we're very happy that our teisha lewis was in the brookville area. are they at least able to get a portion of the road open, teisha. >>reporter: the good news is that the water has subsided. the bad news is that a lot of work lies ahead here in brook vivment what i can tell you is that crews are out here and will remain out here. they're working on this market street bridge and also market street road remains closed after there was flash flooding. but it really impacted the
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we're talking about debris and vegetation and one of the workers described it to me as a bridge that was overwhelmed due to today's heavy down pours. this was also the scene here on market street earlier tonight. take a look at these pictures that were tweeted out by montgomery county fire and rescue. it shows a rescue taking place. we're told that the driver of this was not injured, but that first responders actually to use a boat to carry him to safety. all of this unfolded here on brookville road and market street tonight. the aftermath of tonight's storms. this is what we saw on our way here, several areas and roadways enclosessed and blocked off due to flash flooding. this is all the after the math of tonight's heavy rainstorm thats pennsylvaniaed through the area first responders warning drivers to turn around, don't drown. you've likely heard the phrase before. all of this is near the intersection of
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and market street. the latter again remains closed tonight. police are passing by every now and then just monitoring the situation, monitoring the roadway and also any remaining flood waters. brookville is filled with areas that are ripe for flash flooding. we're talking about hills and also narrow roadways and behind me across the way is a creek. we spoke with one resident who described tonight's weather conditions and also the heavy downpour as a gully washer. that's what she had to say. teisha lewis, fox5 local news. >> now to one of the most unusual stories we've reported on in a while. a rockville man is accused of drawing and buying blood from dozens of people. he's now without a license in the district. fox5's lauren demarco in the district with more. >>reporter:
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is the word. there are so many questions, the biggest of which is why, why would this guy be collecting people's blood? he is 43 year old wen. he was here today at d.c. superior court. he pleaded not guilty. our camera was rolling as he came out and ran from reporters. according to charging documents around 2 p.m. yesterday, a police officer overheard people saying that they were getting paid $30 each to give blood inside of an apartment at 7p street southwest. that's public housing. not far from nats park. a woman inside the apartment told police it was her unit and she was participating as part of a work study under the direction of wenwen told officers he works for a company called boston bio source an was authorized to be drawing blood from citizens, but the d.c. department of health says he is not a licensed medical official in the district and the apartment building is not clearly
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with officers. he said he just met wen this morning. i'm not sure. i got to audit committee to him, though. does he have a medical license of any kind that you know of. >> not offhand. i don't know. he seems like a very nice guy. he was very easy to talk to. we just have to wait and see what happens with respect to the outcome of the case. what did you see exactly in. >> it was a long line. i don't know why they wanted people's blood. i was weird to me, too. i didn't know what was going on, too. i thought it was a doctor or something that was doing it. i think they saying it was a regular dude, so i don't know. >> officers say that wen told them that he collected blood from about 40 people over tuesday and wednesday. he also had a log listing more than 200 other names and police recognized some of those people at
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community. as far as that company that wen said that he works boston bio source, we looked into it they are a company on their website they say they provide specimens, blood, plasma and tissue, things like that for research. police were not able to contact anyone from that company as far as the charging documents state. we tried to call them. i left voice male. i have not heard back. as far as wen he is live in court next month. lauren demarco, fox5 local news. >> to prince george's county now, neighbors are questioning the safety t of a stretch of roadway where a local teen died in a crash. normal white lost control of his car tuesday and slammed into a tree. neighbors say it is not the first deadly accident. marina maracco is live in clinton tonight. >>reporter: it's not, shawn. to give you some context in the past four years there have been a tote l a of four \fate\faith l al accidents including tuesday's.
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blocks from the scene there's a school here. although you can see the signs here, the speed signs have been moved leaving this out without a single speed deterrent. workers working to get the 17 year old out of his car after he lost control and crashed into a tree. it has a speed limit of 35 miles per hour. to be clear, the accident remains under investigation. police have not said what caused the young man to lose control of his vehicle. tonight, however, neighbors hearsay they're fed up. they believe this stretch of road played some are the some of role in the accident. they say for years they've been running out of their homes to help victims. and one family says they've witnessed accident vic timents here take their last breath at the very same embankment where norman white died tuesday night. they're demanding action from their leaders. it's just a terribl
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ago coming this way, a truck flipped over and i drove past and he was trying to bank to get out. i just made a u-turn and called the police. complaining about that road and for years nothing was done about it. so a 17 year old man who had a promising future had to die in order for you to say, okay, well, let's take a look at this road and see what's really going on with the road. i want to know why it took so long. >> what i think they're going to end up doing is put a speed camera right here or something about like that because the city is about money. they don't want to spend no money to fix it. they want money to go back into their pockets. they'll put a speed camera here to make people slow down and that will help, but that's not going to help in the long run. there will be more accidents. somebody is going to crash again. >> tonight we caught up with a council member for this district. that's councilman mel
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speed deterrent are speed camerases. is that stretch of roadway where this accident occurred even eligible under state law for street cameras. that's soggy would ask once we get investigation. do you have a timeline. >> i don't know compactly how long these investigations today because each of them is different. based on all of the various variableses that occur. i don't have a timeline, but once we do, we definitely should move very quickly towards he evaluating do we need to make some policy change owes that stretch of roadway? tonight still no word on when the completion of that investigation will happen. live tonight in clipt on, marina maracco, fox5 local news. >> new tonight, the president's son-in-law jared kushner is now reportedly the focus use the investigation of russian influence in the 2016
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he has relevance information relevance to the case. they do not suspect hism a crime nor intend to charge him. he met with a russian banker and ambassador in december. >> i'm sick and tired of you guys. the last time you came in here you did the same thing. >> developing tonight, the polls have closed on a special election for a congressional seat in montana. the gop candidate was charged with assault for reportedly bod slamming a reporter. a reporter for the guardian says last night he tried to ask gin forth tea about the republican healthcare billion when he jien forth take grabbed him by the neck and slammed him to the ground. >> new details about the suspected manchester bomber and what may have driven him to extremism. also ahead tonight a car jacking caught on camera. the woman describes what she did when she saw the man jump b
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video lit up social media. that's the president some would say shoving his way to the front of the line with the nato folks we'll tell you about some of the funnier tweets we found about this incident. we're back after this. this.
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>> let's get to latest now in the investigation in the manchester bombing, a relative of the suicide bomber said he was driven to extremism after seeing a man stabbed to death last year. he referred to british people asses in if i dels. although he was british his parents were from libya. an anti task force he claims he called his mother hours before the attack and said forgive me. >> caught on camera a wild attempted car jacking. this happened in the middle of the day near downtown milwaukee. melissa smith says she was putting the pump back after putting gas into her suv when someone pulled into her driver's seat. she grabbed her
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let go. me. the kid in the car lafd at me while i was on my car and tried moving it off. i don't think it has fully sunk in how bad that could aif been. i know it's not the right decision, but it was my gut instinct. >> we don't recommend here. after a few seconds the would be car jacker jumped out, he left her car in gear. she chased it this is all very dangerous. she was able to jump off the vehicle, finally got in the car, hit the brakes. they got away with her purse, wallet and cellphone. it is very dangerous, but she's like a stunt woman. since we started reporting on these kinds of stories, when i'm getting gas, i lock my car. >> good advice there h. also caught on camera, the shove seen around the world. you can see actually see president trump coming through the crowd right there. did you s
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shove right there. he pushed the prime minister of mont nation oh out of the way. social media went wild over on it. there you go, boom. some people criticized the president and many of you guys just had a little fun it with. in fact, take a look at some of the tweets we see on social media. >> it was ice cream day in the cafeteria. the trump shove video reminds me of every new england driver who speeds around a red light to get to their destination faster. elaine is way better at the trump fan. kim says well at least everyone knows who the primary minister of mont nation oh is. >> that's true. is this the kind of thing that led to the burr hamilton dual? if you have you '
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the reference to that much technically there is a way they're supposed to line when they take the pictures because it's how you came in. mont naig oh will not officially be a member of nato until june 5. they were supposed to be in the back, but there was probably a nicer way you could get around the prime minister there. >> i didn't know that. so that's good to know. >> this was a pretty busy day, sue. tell us where we tan now and what tomorrow looks like. >> it was such a busy stay i missed the trump shove. i kind of needed that. a little l humor goes a a long way. i wanted you to see the storm system has. this is kind of the lonely cell we've been watching across frederick. it has gotten a little bit bigger. it might be dropping some moderate rain in a few spots. we're watching that one. urban a
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montgomery county right around the rockville area. it's just light rain, though. not seeing the greens with it. as i put it in motion you are going to see a few more showers passing present northwest to southeast through mont crossing two p zero right now. a reminder that we do still have this flood warning. it's not a flash flood warning. this is for streams and creeks around the olney and brookville area until three:30 in the morning because of the heavy rain they had there. streams and creeks and road could see a lot of water on them. we've had a little l clearing here and there and it's getting cool again. gaithersburg 56, dulles 57, we're headed for the 50s tonight. winds out of the west at five a to 15 a, some clearing later tonight and a few clouds around tomorrow morning, but the clouds will break up for our afternoon sunshine. notice the winds sustained at west five to 15, but gusting to 25 tomorrow.
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spotty shower only. not as much as it will appear on the map. the reason we still have a spotty shower is because of the big pressure will. mostly it's a dry day, warmer day, breezier day, but much more settled. let's talk about the memorial day weekend because we do expect temperature near 830-degrees all three days, but an isolated storm is possible saturday any time after three or four, best chance through central virginia can't rule out some strong to severe storms both saturday as well as sunday. we're going to keep them in the forecast on saturday. it looks like there may be a few of them on sunday. this might be the best day, but saturday is not best day, either. 80-degrees with some pop up. if you're wondering p if wr that is going to come from over the weekend, a warm front is going to stall around our reej ofnlt where it talls that will focus the shower
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thunderstorm attention on sunday. we think i just going to be south of zc. are you headed to beach ers. seventy-three greece on saturday at ocean city. we'll still have to dodge a couple of storms sunday afternoon. only a passing shower on monday and a quick heads up that the water is chilly, but that won't stop the kids from getting in there. it shows lots of 80s on our seven day forecast. we have a few storms around on thursday, 82. >> a few more storms possible on wednesday with a temperature of seven p. so far not too many 60ss left on the seven day forecast. i hope you have a fantastic memorial weekend. >> over to you. coming up next, the fox5 prom surprise. and coming up tomorrow, fox5 is back on the road, the morning crew is heading to historic ellicott city, maryland for our first zip trip of the summer season. these are always great fun. come by.
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>> i love these stories. students at a virginia high school saw something surprising in their yearbooks. sixteen year old andrew shock is a junior at stafford high, he has type i diabetes. his service dog a alfred is always with him and got his picture in the yearbook. i love that. look at h this, alpha alerts andrew when is blood sugars are too high or too low, the school is 100 percent of alpha. not only did he he get a yearbook photo he also got his own very own id sometimes there are issues with their dogs they need to bring to school. how
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embrace it. i love these stories where people make an effort to do something nice and funny to cheer people up. >> it makes the world so much better. >> it was a night to remember for two d.c. teenagers. >> that's right. the entire community came together to surprise ronica and ursala. they came up here to the loft. we had a live d.c., a photo booth to help make it a real party and then they also got another big surprise, free tickets to see chance the rapper and j in concert. and then they were in the limo which took them to thrier high school prom at the ballou center in northeast. they were so happy. they were wonderful. it was so wonderful how many different people came together to get them ready, the limo the family was there, grandparents, all
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for us. we got to live the prom with us. >> sorry, we're backsea what made two guys build race car engines in their own shop? what made them believe that a two-ton behemoth could compete in a track race? or that they could take on the elite in world motor racing, and win? we may never truly understand what drives mercedes-amg. but here's to another 50 years of it. mercedes-amg. half a century of driving performance. narrator: "the time is always right to do what is right. ralph northam. army doctor during the gulf war. volunteer director of a pediatric hospice.
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ban in restaurants, stopped the transvaginal ultrasound anti-choice law, and stood up to the nra. as lieutenant governor, dr. northam is fighting to expand access to affordable healthcare. ralph northam believes in making progress every day. and he won't let donald trump stop us.
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